BANGKOK, Nov. 12 -- Only nine countries have achieved a UN development goal of reducing the number of women dying before
East Asia saw the sharpest decline.
Anger Tong and Achol in the Kuajok hospital's maternity ward, May 30, 2015. “Anyone who has a gun stops thinking about the
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Maternal and child deaths have fallen significantly in recent years, with mortality rates of children under 5 plummeting
As the sputtering economy casts more and more women into near poverty, they can't get the health care they need.
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As 2012 comes to a close, it's time to celebrate progress by looking back at some of the most memorable milestones and events of the past year.
In fact, every 90 seconds a young woman dies unnecessarily when she is giving life. More than 90 percent of these deaths could be avoided, if all women had timely access to good quality care.
What a tragic loss for our planet when at the same time we in the developed world have turned our attention to new ways of